Understanding Military Divorce Legal Issues

When family law issues arise for families that have a member in the military, these issues can be increasingly difficult to handle, especially if the family member is deployed abroad or stationed in another state. When military family law matters need to be addressed, an experienced lawyer can help.

Our attorneys at the Roncone Law Offices, P.C., have experience providing advice and guidance to military families who are entangled in divorce proceedings. We have helped individuals who are locally stationed, including those at the nearby Hanscom Air Force Base, as well as in other states and those overseas. We work with clients through various technological means to expedite client communication and ensure that their issues are addressed, regardless of their locations. To learn more about how to handle Massachusetts military divorce issues, contact our office today and talk to a member of our qualified legal team.

The Challenges Regarding Military Divorce

Dealing with a military divorce can be overwhelming, since a number of issues that do not affect civilian divorces may apply. Many military servicemen and women are concerned with property division and asset division, especially how military retirement and pension benefits are divided. Our firm takes the time to review your entire situation, create any necessary documents and send them throughout the country and world in order to see that your best interests are served during the course of seeking a divorce.

Handling All Types Of Military Divorce Issues

In addition to handling military divorces, our firm handles a wide range of other military family law issues for individuals, divorcing couples and parents who have never been married, including:

  • Child custody and visitation
  • Relocation and Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Act (UCCJA) issues
  • Division of pension and military benefits (through COAPs)
  • Child support
  • Wage garnishments for child support or spousal support
  • Alimony (spousal support)
  • Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) payments
  • Military retirement benefits

How To Contact Our Military Divorce Attorneys

For more information about military divorce issues or to learn about your options from an experienced lawyer, call us at 877-261-4389 or send us an e-mail. Whether you are in Worcester, Fitchburg, Leominster, another state or overseas, we can help.